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Aletha Rodgers' Directory Profile
Degrees: Master of Science, Mass Communications, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK; Master of Arts, Screenwriting, American Film Institute, Los Angeles, CA
Additional Experience: Co-screenwriter on the movie, "Rodeo Girl," (2014) now on Netflix. Co-editor and reporter for the trade publication, Cinema Audio Society Magazine. Co-Owner and Administrative Manager for Rodgers & Marshall Sound, Inc., Los Angeles, CA. Production sound mixer for films, television and commercials in Los Angeles. Writer & Director for the documentary, “Champion Blues,” about Mickey Champion, a Los Angeles Blues Singer. The film premiered at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. This documentary won National and International Awards in Rome, Italy; Luton, England; San Francisco, California; Wilmington, South Carolina; Lake Geneva, Wisconsin; Dahlonega, Georgia; Tampa, Florida; Memphis, Tennessee and Huston, Texas. Oklahoma State University Audio Visual Recording Specialist. Live interviews and recordings with Oklahoma Historian, Angie Debo, who was living in Marshall, Oklahoma. Ms. Debo’s expertise was writing about the American Indian. Editor and narrator of several National Public Radio programs on Ms. Debo. All of the live Angie Debo Recordings were donated to the Oklahoma State University Library Archives. Director’s Assistant, research, sound recording & sound effects for the Angie Debo documentary, “Indians, Outlaws and Angie Debo.” Produced by WGBH-Boston. Newscaster for WYZE, Talk Radio, Atlanta, Ga. Newscaster & reporter (and sometimes DJ) for radio stations KOSU/KVRO-Stillwater.
Hobbies: Design and lay-out, writing, photography, singing with the NSU Community/University Choir.
Favorite Quote: I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. Maya Angelou
Fun Facts: Invented and received a patent for an adjustable microphone stand called, "The Beryl Stand." Owner of Kidz Zone of Tahlequah, LLC.